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#1 Jeremiah


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Posted 26 March 2005 - 08:28 PM

Here is a target I've been using for patterning my turkey shotguns for about the past 4 years. Gather up your shotgun, a full, xtra full, and/or super full choke, a nice selection of "turkey load" shot shells in 4, 5, and/or 6 shot sizes from varying manufacturers and a cardboard box to staple/tape the targets to. An hour spent at the range will tell you all you need to know about your turkey rig, the ammo it likes, and what ranges you are deadly from.

Patterning Target

(Tip: Print this target in "draft" or "low quality" mode if your printer supports it. The silhouette of the target is more than heavy enough to give you a nice, visible target even in this mode and you will save printer ink.)

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